I'm an avid woodworker and like everyone, I HATE CLEANING PAINT BRUSHES. And like everyone, I had the typical open solvent jar on my bench where I soaked my dirty brushes after each use. Attempting the "recommended" brush cleaning method (3 wash) resulted in a complete mess with solvent and fumes everywhere. I created the EcoRing to capture an entire paint brush with solvent in a closed container. With the reduction in evaporation, the cleaning results became very consistent - No More Petrified Brush Bristles.
Simplified Cleanup, Less solvent used, Less Fumes, Consistent Cleaning Results, et. al.
Bring out your good brushes and use them without fear of ruining them.
I hope you enjoy the EcoRing, everyone that has tried it, loves it.
The Project That Brought About The EcoRing
Mission Style Lamp - Design, Prairie Designs of California
Material: American Cherry w/ Mesquite Splines, Art Paper Shade Inserts
Construction: Made from 68 individual wood pieces; 34 in the shade alone. I made three complete lamps and gave one back in exchange for the rough-cut cherry. This project required six different dedicated jigs to make and assemble.
Finish and Brush: Minwax Satin Polyurethane, Purdy Cub XL Synthetic
EcoRing Methods: Brush Prep, Brush Clean, Solvent Reclaim, Multi-Day Finish